2 days ago · Gelsenkirchen is the fifth largest city of Westphalia after Dortmund, Bochum, Bielefeld and Münster, and it is one of the southernmost cities in the Low German dialect area. The city is home to the football club Schalke 04, which is named after Gelsenkirchen-Schalke [ de].
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Jan 03, 2021 · Arena AufSchalke [aˌʁeːna ʔaʊfˈʃalkə] (currently known as Veltins-Arena (German pronunciation: [ˈfɛltɪnsʔaˌʁeːna]) for sponsorship reasons) is an indoor football stadium in Gelsenkirchen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It opened on 13 August 2001, as the new home ground for Bundesliga club FC Schalke 04.
Jan 08, 2021 · Fußballclub Gelsenkirchen-Schalke 04 e. V., commonly known as FC Schalke 04 (German: [ɛf tseː ˈʃalkə nʊl fiːɐ̯]), Schalke 04, or abbreviated as S04 (German: [ˈɛs nʊl fiːɐ̯]), is a professional German football and multi-sports club originally from the Schalke district of Gelsenkirchen, North Rhine-Westphalia.
- 4 May 1904; 116 years ago as Westfalia Schalke
- Die Königsblauen (The Royal Blues), Die Knappen (The Miners)
- Fußballclub Gelsenkirchen-Schalke 04 e.V.
Jan 08, 2021 · Parkstadion was a multi-purpose stadium in Gelsenkirchen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, that is no longer used to host any major events. The stadium was built in 1973 and hosted five matches of the 1974 FIFA World Cup. It had a capacity of 62,109 with seats for 45,067.
Jan 01, 2021 · Born in Gelsenkirchen, Gündoğan came through VfL Bochum's (German Club) youth academy. In 2008, he began playing for the club's reserve side before joining the first team, FC Nürnberg (German Club) the following season.
Falke Gelsenkirchen: 2000–2005: Rot-Weiss Essen: 2005–2007: Schalke 04: Senior career* Years: Team: Apps (Gls) 2006–2008: Schalke 04: 30 (0) 2008–2010: Werder ...
Jan 09, 2021 · Like most other cities in the region, Herne (ancient Haranni) was a tiny village until the 19th century. When the mining of coal (and possibly ore) and the production of coke (the fuel processed from the harvested coal) and steel began, the villages of the Ruhr area slowly grew into towns and cities because of the influx of people, mostly from the East (Germany as well as East-Prussia, Bohemia ...